paul.halliday at gmail.com
Sat Oct 8 13:33:26 PDT 2005
My guess, and this is a wild one, would be:
All \All\, a. [OE. al, pl. alle, AS. eal, pl. ealle,
Northumbrian alle, akin to D. & OHG. al, Ger. all, Icel.
allr. Dan. al, Sw. all, Goth. alls; and perh. to Ir. and
Gael. uile, W. oll.]
1. The whole quantity, extent, duration, amount, quality, or
degree of; the whole; the whole number of; any whatever;
every; as, all the wheat; all the land; all the year; all
the strength; all happiness; all abundance; loss of all
power; beyond all doubt; you will see us all (or all of
Service(s) : Host(s) : Action
ALL(services(s)) : ALL (Hosts(s)) : Action
On 10/8/05, Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
> I shouldn't write this while I'm frustrated. I just hope it doesn't
> leak out, I know I tend to do that.
> I'm having trouble getting my mounts to work with my newly attached
> Zaurus, to my trusty FreeBSD server. I have gotten past several
> problems, began googling error messages, and hit the /etc/hosts.allow
> file. Here I've hit a problem. The file, both the internals of it
> (which is a mass of examples with nearly no explanations) and the man
> page, are either circular definitions, or missing ones, grossly
> missing. One glaring example, in the man page, the single most commonly
> used token is "ALL" but even though it's used more than any other token,
> it's not defined, even slightly. What does ALL mean?
> Hmm, howcome security info, which is the most important, is always the
> worst documented, and set up with the most complicated syntax?
> If you MUST use examples, they should only be used to illustrate items
> that have explanations, they should never ever be used as the primary
> explanation. I can't figure out how to use /etc/hosts.allow. I'm not
> sure if it is, or is not, affecting my rpcbind.
> Well, you be the judge, did I let my frustration out of the bag this time?
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